Filmmaking is an inherently collaborative endeavour, yet authorship is firmly situated with the director. In filmmaking processes with community participants, where content is generated together, questions of authorship are more fluid. How do artists negotiate the ethical question of representation while managing aesthetic considerations within a collective process? This intimate workshop (maximum 10 attendees), delivered by artist Anthony Haughey, will examine questions of authorship and representation in community based filmmaking, facilitating group-wide discussion and sharing of the topics covered. Participants should have a project (in any art form) in mind to enable full participation. Access to the internet is required. This workshop is delivered in partnership with Sligo County Council Arts Service (Invitation to Collaboration Scheme).
How to apply
Submit a statement of interest as to why you wish to participate, including projects you wish to share (200 words max) plus a biography (200 words max) to email@example.com with the subject line “Authorship and Representation workshop application”. The deadline for applications is 12th November, 12 noon. Successful applicants will be informed on the 16th November.
Anthony Haughey is an artist and a lecturer in TU Dublin, where he supervises practice-based PhD’s in The Centre for Socially Engaged Practice-Based Research https://www.dit.ie/sepr/ and teaches on the Photography programme. His art practice works from the premise of a principal situatedness of art in place and community and its connectedness through dialogic exchange. His solo and collaborative works have been exhibited, collected and published widely internationally, The National Gallery of Ireland recently acquired his work for their permanent collection. He is currently working on a socially engaged public art work with the Global Migration Collective, commissioned by Fingal County Council for the Infrastructure Public Art Programme 2017-2021. Recent and current exhibitions include, Go Down Moses, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, and Citizen Nowhere / Citizen Somewhere: The Imagined Nation, Crawford Gallery.